FPA Execution

Machine Parameters

  • Machine Parameters:

  • Check off to Enter the Process data Manually (Type In)

  • Machine Recipe/Parameters

  • Cycle Time

  • Fill Time

  • Cool Time

  • Documenting the process with pictures must include the following: 1 picture of the machine recipe 1 Picture of the current machine process (including cycle time, fill time, and cool time)

Material Information

  • Material Information

  • Virgin Resin Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Are we running regrind?
    if yes select the number of regrinds being used

  • Select the number of Regrinds being used

  • Alternative / Regrind 1

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 1

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 2

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 1

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 2

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 3

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot (if boxed material or other, document the lot# being used in the notes section)

  • Alternative / Regrind 1

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot

  • Alternative / Regrind 2

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot

  • Alternative / Regrind 3

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot

  • Alternative / Regrind 4

  • Regrind Type (if other please enter the name of the virgin material in the notes section)

  • Percentage

  • Vessel/Lot

Color Information

  • Color Information:

  • Check off to Enter Color Box Label Information Manually (Type In)

  • Color Name

  • Color Box JDE Number

  • Color LDR Percent Blender

  • Color LDR Percent Box Label

  • Supplier Formulation Number

  • Color Lot Number

  • Take a Picture of the Color Box Label - to show the color being used to manufacture the parts (picture must show the color Name, JDE#, LDR%, Formulation and lot Number). - If running co-injection and you are using a different color in the core, please take another picture of the core color being used

  • Blender LDR

  • Does the Color Chip Match?

  • Does the Blender LDR match the Color Box LDR?

  • Why are we not running the STANDARD LDR%?

Part Attributes

  • Part Attributes - Attributes needed to make a finish good part

  • Part Type (Select a part type)

Part Decorations

  • Part Decoration - Part decoration includes any images being applied to the part through single color hot stamping, multi-color graphic transfers or in-mold labels.
    * This information should come from the brander being used in the operator cell.

  • Are the parts being decorated?
    Select brand plates or IML/MCGs/HT Number and enter the information

  • Brand Plates - Hot Stamping

  • Select the number of Brand Plates

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 4

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • IML - In Mold Labels

  • IML number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • Branding Location

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT Number

  • Transfer Brand Plate being used

  • Branding Location

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Lot Number

Sub-Components

  • Sub-Components - additional components being used to assemble a finish good part (i.e. locks, steel, anti-fish attachments and vents).
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Is there any Subcomponents being used?
    Select the number of subcomponents being used

  • Select the number of Subcomponents

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 3

  • Description or JDE Number 3

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 3

  • Description or JDE Number 3

  • Subcomponent 4

  • Description or JDE Number 4

Special Inserts

  • Special Inserts - Inserts that change the configuration of the part (i.e. RT1vs RT2 and 500MLvs12oz) or the visual attributes of the part such as molded-in logos.
    * This information should be collected from the physical part

  • Special Inserts (Functional or Cosmetic)
    Select the number of inserts

  • Select the Number of Inserts

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 4

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

Technology Information

  • Technology - Any type of technology or barcode labels being applied to the part
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Technology and Labeling
    Select the applicable Technology

  • Barcode Labels

  • Location

  • RFID Tags

  • Location

  • Parts being commisioned?

  • RFID Presence Check
    Scan the product with the Alien Gun to ensure that the product is being registered in the system

ROC Components

  • ROC-Components - additional components being used to assemble a finish good part (i.e. locks, steel, anti-fish attachments and vents).
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • ROC Components
    Enter the JDE#

  • Wheel JDE#

  • Wheel Size

  • Axle JDE #

  • Catch Bar JDE#

  • Lid Item Number

  • Vents

  • Location

  • Carts Being Bagged

  • Top lid Being Closed

Coditherm Branding

  • Coditherm Branding - Serial numbers and Barcode information being printed on the carts
    * This information should come from the brander being used in the operator cell.

  • Coditherm Branding

  • Standard Coditherm Image
    (standard size with white color)

  • Size

  • Color

  • Coditherm Location

  • Coditherm Configuration

  • Serial Number Pre-Fix

  • Starting Serial Number

  • Ending Serial Number

  • FPA Cart Serial Number

Part Decorations

  • Part Decoration - Part decoration includes any images being applied to the part through single color hot stamping, multi-color graphic transfers or in-mold labels.
    * This information should come from the brander being used in the operator cell.

  • Are the parts being decorated?
    Select brand plates or IML/MCGs/HT Number and enter the information

  • Brand Plates - Hot Stamping

  • Select the number of Brand Plates

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 4

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • IML - In Mold Labels

  • IML number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • Branding Location

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT Number

  • Transfer Brand Plate being used

  • Branding Location

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Lot Number

CVS JIG Verification

  • CVS JIG Verification

  • Take a picture of the CVS JIG configuration

  • Catch Bar

  • Why is it bypassed?

  • Barcode Scanning

  • Why is it bypassed?

  • Component Verification

  • Why is the catch bar bypassed?

  • ROC Stack Height

Special Inserts

  • Special Inserts - Inserts that change the configuration of the part (i.e. Euro Skirt, Rodent Rim and NB Skirt) or the visual attributes of the part such as molded-in logos.
    * This information should be collected from the physical part

  • Special Inserts (Functional or Cosmetic)
    Select the number of inserts

  • Select the Number of Inserts

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 4

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

Technology

  • Technology - Any type of technology or barcode labels being applied to the part
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Technology (RFID TAGS)
    Select the applicable Technology

  • Location of RFID Tags being placed

  • Parts being commisioned?

  • RFID Presence Check
    Scan the product with the Alien Gun to ensure that the product is being registered in the system or visually ensure the JIG is reading the RFID TAGS

Part Decorations

  • Part Decoration - Part decoration includes any images being applied to the part through single color hot stamping, multi-color graphic transfers or in-mold labels.
    * This information should come from the brander being used in the operator cell.

  • Are the parts being decorated?
    Select brand plates or IML/MCGs/HT Number and enter the information

  • Brand Plates - Hot Stamping

  • Select the number of Brand Plates

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 1

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 2

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 3

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • Brand Plate 4

  • Brand Plate Number

  • Branding Location

  • Brand Tape JDE#, Color Name, and Size

  • IML - In Mold Labels

  • IML number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Lot Number

  • Branding Location

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT

  • IMGS / MCGs / HT Number

  • Transfer Brand Plate being used

  • Branding Location

  • IML/MCGs/HT Rev Number

  • IML/MCGs/HT Lot Number

Pallet Components / Configurations

  • Pallet Configurations - Configurations used to manufacture the pallet's
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Is there a specific Pallet Configuration?
    Check off the applicable attributes

  • Pallet Lips

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Pallet Steel

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Grommets

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Surface Texture (Sanding)

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Top Deck Inserts

  • Insert Names

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Side Inserts

  • Insert Names

  • Lis the Locations / Configurations

  • Additional Pallet Operations

  • Select the additional operations needed

  • Welder Settings

  • Welder Name/#

  • Welding Temp

  • Melt Time

  • Seal Time

  • How is the pallet being assembled

  • Pallet Testing required

  • Pallet Testing

Additional Sub-Components

  • Sub-Components - additional components being used to assemble a finish good part (i.e. locks, steel, anti-fish attachments and vents).
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Is there any Subcomponents being used?
    Select the number of subcomponents being used

  • Select the number of Subcomponents

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 3

  • Description or JDE Number 3

  • Subcomponent 1

  • Description or JDE Number 1

  • Subcomponent 2

  • Description or JDE Number 2

  • Subcomponent 3

  • Description or JDE Number 3

  • Subcomponent 4

  • Description or JDE Number 4

Special Inserts

  • Special Inserts - Inserts that change the configuration of the part (i.e. RT1vs RT2 and 500MLvs12oz) or the visual attributes of the part such as molded-in logos.
    * This information should be collected from the physical part

  • Special Inserts (Functional or Cosmetic)
    Select the number of inserts

  • Select the Number of Inserts

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 1

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 2

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 3

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

  • Insert 4

  • Insert Name

  • Insert location

Technology Information

  • Technology - Any type of technology or barcode labels being applied to the part
    * This information should come from the physical components being used in the operator cell.

  • Technology and Labeling
    Select the applicable Technology

  • Barcode Labels

  • Location

  • RFID Tags

  • Location

  • Parts being commisioned?

  • RFID Presence Check
    Scan the product with the Alien Gun to ensure that the product is being registered in the system

Visual Quality Inspection

  • Visual Quality Inspection

  • Visual Check - Inspect the part to ensure there is no visual defect nor functional defects
    -
    Inspect for Incorrect Date Code, Flash, Watermarks, Short Shots, Contamination, Burn Marks, Bubbles, Gates, Dimples,
    Brand Clarity, Brand Straightness, Warp/Bow, Tape Test, IMG Scratch Test
    -
    If defects are found mark as Fail and select the applicable defects

  • Incorrect Date Code

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Flash

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Watermarks

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Short Shots

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Contamination

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Burn Marks

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Bubbles

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Gates Produding / Strings

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Dimples

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Brand Clarity

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Brand Straightness

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Tape Test Failure

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • IMG Scratch Test Failure

  • Actions Required to make the parts acceptable

  • Supervisor Acknowledgment

  • Quality Part Weight Check - Initial part weight by cavity Select the number of cavities

  • Cavity 1 (A)

  • Cavity 1 (A)

  • Cavity 2 (B)

  • Cavity 1 (A)

  • Cavity 2 (B)

  • Cavity 3 (C)

  • Cavity 1 (A)

  • Cavity 2 (B)

  • Cavity 3 (C)

  • Cavity 4 (D)

FPA Information Completion

  • FPA Information Completion

  • Signature of the employee that has gathered all the FPA information (I collected all the FPA information directly from the operator cell and the current process)

  • Take a Picture of the FPA part from all sides - If the product is a ROC take a picture of the lids that are being used.

  • At this point, all the information gathered must be verified against the ISF and WO expectations by the supervisor on duty. Please review the information with the supervisor on duty

Actuals vs Expectation Verification

  • During this stage, all information that was collected by the executor must be verified against the WO and ISF expectation to ensure the current product matches the customer's expectations.

    Instructions:
    Click on the Checkboxes for each of the below items and select whether the items are acceptable, unacceptable, or not applicable. If applicable you must enter the ISF information or capture a picture of the ISF as a confirmation that the ISF was compared.

    The Person performing the verification must complete this section and apply a signature to the verification process.

  • Color Verification Supervisor (FPA Secondary Verification) - REQUIRED

  • Does the GATHERED color box description match the ISF Color Name?

  • Take a Picture of the ISF color information

  • STOP PRODUCTION and Explain why the color doesn't match

  • Part Decoration Verification Supervisor (FPA Secondary Verification) - REQUIRED

  • Does the GATHERED branding description (BP# or MCG, IMLs) match the ISF branding expectations?

  • Take a Picture of the ISF branding information

  • STOP PRODUCTION and Explain why the color doesn't match

  • Special Inserts Supervisor (FPA Secondary Verification) - REQUIRED

  • Does the GATHERED Insert Configuration match the ISF expectations?

  • Take a Picture of the ISF insert names and locations

  • STOP PRODUCTION and Explain why the color doesn't match

  • Verification Employee or Supervisor (i have completed and verified that the WO & Physical Part match the ISF Expectation)

Quality ISF Review and Submission

Quality ISF Review and Submission

  • Quality or FPA executor - will review the ISF to ensure nothing was missed during the verification and will submit the completed FPA with a copy of the ISF information.

  • Review the ISF before submitting - Does all the information match the ISF?

  • Take a picture of the WO and ISF documentation for this Order

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